Research Associate Ii :Pathology Research : 69305

Research Associate Ii :Pathology Research : 69305




Research Associate Ii :Pathology Research : 69305

Details of the offer

Min Qualifications Bachelors degree in basic science or equivalent and 2 years of related experience or Masters degree in basic science or equivalent and no experience required.

Performs a variety of routine and non:routine research assignments and experiments and assists with lab maintenance responsibilities.

Department Marketing Statement

We are seeking a highly motivated, detail:oriented, organized and enthusiastic research associate. The successful applicant will work on developing vaccine candidates against infections caused by intracellular bacteria. We prefer who has plenty of experience working with animal models of infectious diseases, including genotyping and different injection routes as well as a good team player. Knowledge and/or techniques in cell culture, cellular immunology and molecular biology such as primary cell culture, ELISA, real:time PCR, Western:blotting and flow cytometric analysis are preferred.

Salary Range
Annual salary commensurate with experience.
Specific Job Related Duties
Under general supervision, performs routine and non:routine research assignments and experiments of moderate complexity. Plans, coordinates, provides setup and conducts standard research experiments following general technical instructions. Prepares biological assays and conducts quantitative and qualitative analysis. Makes modifications to research procedures as determined by Principal Investigator. Maintains records of all tests performed and data collected and provides preliminary analysis of results. Assists in the compilation and tabulation of data and analysis of final data. Ensures the accurate assembly, calibration, operation and modification of a variety of laboratory equipment as defined by appropriate guidelines. Maintains lab for animal and environmental safety compliance. Maintains lab inventory of supplies and equipment. Performs literature searches as outlined by the Principal Investigator. May provide guidance to junior research staff. Adheres to internal controls established for department. Performs related duties as required
Preferred Skill/Competency
Sterile cell culture techniques Mouse experiments involving injection via different route Mouse organ isolation. Basic molecular techniques, including PCR, real:time PCR, Immunoblotting and flow cytometry.
Preferred Work Experience
Experience with handling infectious agent and the related mouse model including injection and surgical procedures. Handling cell lines.
Equal Employment Opportunity

UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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